Hi, I'm keen to find out how permies sow on scale. Dealing with garden beds of a couple square meters are easy but I've recently been trying to get a larger area sown, i.e. 50-100sqm. It sounds silly but surprisingly it's not. Let's say I'm sowing broccoli, just because I happen to have tons of seed. I till the soil, the soil is really good and I have some beds (covered with netting currently supporting direct sowing.) 1 - Till, 2 - Plant seeds. ?! I've tried a few variations from here on, i.e. raking to try and cover the seeds better etc. The problem is , nothing grows. There are some things I suspect, birds, etc. I can't see netting 100sqm as being very permaculture.Soil temperature is good (plants germinate in the covered beds). Moisture ? there is ample rainfall around the sowing days. I understand it's good to work from a stable "base" and then go from there but there seems to be a definite threshold where the set of challenges changes. Any ideas?